Cervantes Family History

Cervantes Genealogy & History

Cervantes originates from two different sources: the Spanish servanto, which comes from Latin serviens, meaning servant of the Lord; and from ciervo, meaning a stag. Thus it was a medieval nickname for a fast moving man. Some different spellings include Cervantez, de Cervantes, and Cervantez. Cervantes family history mentions that the first known recording of the name is the birth record of Andres de Cortinas Cervantes on September 12, 1546, in Alcara De Henares, Madrid, Spain. Some members of the Cervantes genealogy are award-winning poet Lorna Dee Cervantes; cannabis cultivation expert Jorge Cervantes; and Don Quixote author Miguel De Cervantes.

Cervantes Birth Records

Name Birth Date Death Date Location
Abel C. -- --, 1937 August 14,1993 TX
Balbina C. -- --, 1900 July 15,1990 NJ
Candelara C. -- --, 1931 October 5,1998 CA
Damiana C. -- --, 1897 June ,1980 TX

Cervantes Death Records

Name Birth Date Death Date Location
Earline C. -- --, 1916 January ,1979 Paramount,CA
Fabian C. -- --, 1921 June 12,2003 Whittier,CA
Gabriel C. -- --, 1908 March 19,1999 Crystal City,TX
Hannelore C. -- --, 1926 November 15,1999 Summit Argo,IL

Cervantes Marriage Records

Name Spouse Marriage Date Location
Marco C. Ortensia Ayala Angel April 24,2000 Wake, NC
Jose C. Iris Sanchez November 9,2004 Wake, NC
Hector C. Maria Rosales November 17,2000 Maverick, TX
Isidro C. Rosalie Ozuna October 6,2000 Dallas, TX

Most Common Surnames After Cervantes

1979th: Velez 1980th: Bock
1981st: Fine 1982nd: Wendt
1983rd: Condon 1984th: Hogue
1985th: Weinberg 1986th: Perdue
1987th: Reich 1988th: Means

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